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The American Association of Christian Counselors and Tyndale House Publishers are committed to ministering to the spiritual needs of people. This book is part of the professional series that offers counselors the latest techniques, theory, and general information that is vital to their work. While many books have tried to integrate theology and psychology, this book takes another step and explores the importance of the spiritual disciplines in psychotherapy, helping counselors to integrate the biblical principles of forgiveness, redemption, restitution, prayer, and worship into their counseling techniques. Since its first publication in 1996, this book has quickly become a contemporary classic--a go-to handbook for integrating what we know is true from the disciplines of theology and psychology and how that impacts your daily walk with God.
Presents a fresh integration of Christian thought and psychoanalytic theory. The immanent processes identified by psychoanalysis need not compete with Christian theology but can instead be the very means by which God is involved in human existence. The Christian study of psychoanalysis can thus serve the flourishing of God's kingdom.
A reference guide for professional and lay counselors, pastors, and leaders in training. Competent Christian Counseling is destined to be regarded for years to come as the authoritative, trustworthy resource for Christian counseling.
A Peaceable Psychology encourages mental health practitioners to mine their own traditions for gifts of healing and to allow clients to bring native ethnic or religious voice into therapy. The life of Jesus as the foundation on which to build a therapeutic ethic, appropriating the story of his life to bring healing.
Malony and Augsburger introduce the substance and method, including family systems methodology, of Christian counseling. Includes how to do a faith assessment; how to collaborate, consult, and refer, and more!
McMinn aims to help those preparing for or currently serving in the helping professions. He shows how the full truth of the Christian gospel works itself out in the functional, structural and relational domains of an integrative model of psychotherapy.
This book offers readers a survey of ten major counseling and psychotherapy approaches. Tan includes hypothetical transcripts of interventions for each major approach to help readers get a better sense of the clinical work involved.
Provides critical Christian engagement with existing models of family therapy, written for those studying counseling, social work, psychology or family therapy. Family Therapies will serve as an indispensable resource for those in the mental health professions.
Counseling Couples in Conflict is a resource for pastors and counselors who want to be ready for these uniquely difficult cases. Utilizing a relational conflict and restoration model M. Yarhouse and J. Sells point the way beyond the cycle of pain towards marital healing.